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Le 2011-02-15 22:20, drew a écrit :
On Tue, 2011-02-15 at 22:03 -0500, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2011-02-15 20:51, drew a écrit :
On Mon, 2011-02-14 at 12:24 -0500, drew wrote:
As for the kit - Marc keep working on the page - and the rest of us
keep feeding it new items..

Another idea - this is a generic 5" x 3.33" Postal code format, a re-mix
of some of the content from the tri-fold brochure, same look and feel.

A pdf is on the wiki:

The odg, odt files are in this archive (which for some reason the wiki
just won't take right now, though it should)

I'm not really thinking of having these printed but the 50 cards that I
mentioned in the last email have no content on the reverse side, so will
look at adding the content from this back page to them.

This is a first draft, so have at it if you see anything that could be



Nice. I've reworked it all as centred to see if it would be more
pleasing to the eye. To do this I had to cut out some words that were
not essential as well as move some to make the overall "shape" of
paragraphs more spherical.

You can have a look here:

I like that much better - much better for sure.

Are we now using the LibreOffice Logo with the TDF? I would prefer this
one (with the TDF) one appearing on the card. I think we should still
promote the TDF at this early point of the game.

The only time we were not including the official logo, w/TDF, was during
the discussions regarding community discs, IIRC.

These type of promotional pieces for a TDF/LibreOffice booth don't make
sense for a community logo.

Now - if you where going to promote a service around LibreOffice -
different story, then I would expect people to be generating their own
marketing pieces. Of course starting from one of these pieces and
exchanging the logo's and such makes some sense, I would think. However
the key in my statement above, IMO, is the "for use at a TDF/LibreOffice
booth" - will add, or a table at a smaller event, such as a linux day or
educational symposium.

Really, I feel, this is in the common sense category and if anyone feels
different I'm sure they will say something, which in the common sense
realm is as it should be..*smile*.

Thanks very much - want to put what you did up to the wiki and if you
would then create a pdf of it and update the file I put there earlier.


OK, common sense it is. I have uploaded the files with a more descriptive name:



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